Explain why your genes might influence how drugs work in the body. (3)

Some drugs need to be converted into other molecules so the body can use them effectively. This conversion is done by enzymes, which are protiens. Protiens are made up of amino acids, which are coded for by our genes. Because each person's genes are different, different people will process drugs differently. 

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